We have just had underfloor heating embedded in 70mm of screed in our 27m2 kitchen diner. We are also putting underfloor in our bathroom which has beams on the floor and has insulation followed by plywood with underfloor on top not yet with screed applied.
In order for the send and return pipes to get to the bathroom they need to pass from the manifold through a room which will not have underfloor heating but will be a wood floor.
As they are simply passing through the room what precautions need to be taken in order to do this. We don't want to lay screed in this room as this will affect floor height but equally we don't want the new wood flooring with the pass through wet pipes underneath to get damaged.
Could we get some advice on how we should be doing this?